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National HIV Curriculum Launches 3rd Edition with New CE Available

National HIV curriculum


Best practices and new clinical options for HIV prevention and treatment continue to evolve. Stay current by exploring all the latest the updated FREE National HIV Curriculum has to offer.

The National HIV Curriculum is a free, up-to-date educational resource for HIV diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, now in its 3rd edition. The website offers 91 free CME, CNE, CE and 65 free pharmacology CE for advanced practice nurses and features:

  • 6 modules with 37 lessons address core competencies in HIV care 3
  • 7 corresponding Question Bank topics with 400+ interactive, case-based questions
  • Antiretroviral Medications section has prescribing info, clinical trials, and slide decks
  • 18 clinical screening tools and calculators provide clinical decision support
  • Clinically relevant topics in the Mini-Lectures section
  • 5 concise HIV Symptom Evaluation Guides about common symptoms
  • Online learning group functionality to onboard and train healthcare professionals
  • Individualized and learning group progress trackers

Developed by the University of Washington (UW) Infectious Diseases Education & Assessment (IDEA) Program (, this AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) Program, (, is funded by a grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).